Meet handsome Jack, the wolfhound cross German shepherd, who oozes good looks and personality and would like a loving new home.
Jack is waiting at Bundaberg RSPCA and he is looking for a family willing to share their time, energy and home with him.
He would like to be allowed to live indoors and be included in family activities.
The two-and-a-half-year-old is super smart and already has some basic training with lovely manners.
Although he is a big, strong lad and is still working on his leash skills.
Bundaberg RSPCA staff said with that in mind, he was best suited to fit, active guardians who were willing to work with him and continue with his positive reinforcement training.
Families with experience handling larger breeds, particularly German shepherds, would be an advantage.
“We are open to the right family with dog-savvy kids, preferably eight years and older due to his size,” RSPCA staff said.
“Jack is up for meeting all of your family members to see if you could be the right match for him.”
Jack is not a dog who will appreciate too much alone time, he much prefers being with his people and he may fret if they are gone for too long.
He can also be a little wary of new people and needs calm, gentle introductions to gain his trust.
Jack is not a fan of cats.
Requiring daily exercise, space to run, a securely fenced area, Jack also needs a high-quality diet and mental stimulation as well as physical enrichment.
“He is very affectionate and playful and thoroughly enjoys being brushed,” staff said.
“His favourite things are his football and a really good bum scratch.”
The wolfhound cross German shepherd's adoption fee is $350 which includes his desexing, health check, microchip, as well as up-to-date vaccinations, flea and worm treatments.
If you have room in your life for Jack check out his online profile here.
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